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  1. Rosberg Nets Budapest Pole In Odd SessionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | National Speed Sport News

    Nico Rosberg will start from the pole during Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring after earning the top spot Saturday in a qualifying session that started very wet and ended - almost two hours later - practically dry. Red Bull proved to be Mercedes' closest rivals, with Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen third and fourth respectively, followed by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Toro Rosso's Carlos Sainz Jr. If Hamilton felt cheated out of pole, after a weather-affected session, it was somewhat understandable.

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  2. Rosberg: No fear of losing poleRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Sky Sports

    Nico Rosberg isn't expecting any repercussions after he setting purple sector under double yellow flags during his pole lap in Hungary Nico Rosberg has insisted he lifted off sufficiently under yellow flags while taking a controversial pole position for the Hungarian GP. The world championship leader set the fastest time of any driver during the second sector of the Hungaroring circuit while passing warning flags for the stricken McLaren of Fernando Alonso.

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  3. Rosberg takes Hungarian GP pole, edges Hamilton, RicciardoRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    Nico Rosberg of Mercedes will start from pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix, ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull. Qualifying on Saturday was hampered by heavy rainfall, which delayed the start by 20 minutes and also led to several interruptions and crashes, including by Felipe Massa of Williams and Sauber's Marcus Ericsson.

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  4. Motor racing: Rosberg snatches pole from Hamilton in marathon sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Reuters

    World championship leader Nico Rosberg seized pole position in a rain-delayed, stop-start qualifying session for Sunday's Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix after team mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton was hindered by yellow flags. Rosberg lapped the 4.3-km Hungaroring in one minute 19.965seconds on Saturday, beating Hamilton by 0.143 seconds.

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  5. Red Bull could have been on pole, says "relieved" WolffRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | Motorsport.com

    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits he's relieved to have ended a dramatic Hungarian GP qualifying session with both cars on the front row in the face of a strong threat from Red Bull. were 20th and 21st after the first red flag in Q1, and Hamilton only just made it into Q3 in 10th place.

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  6. Hungarian Grand Prix: Rosberg snatches pole from HamiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Rediff.com

    Triple world champion Hamilton, who will start second on the grid in Sunday's race, was forced to slow on his final fast lap after McLaren's Fernando Alonso spun ahead of him and brought out the yellow warning flags. After a session much delayed by rain and crashes, with four red flags in a first phase that lasted for 72 minutes, Australian Daniel Ricciardo qualified third for Red Bull.

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  7. Lewis Hamilton is hopeful of bouncing back from his practice crash on FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | Warrington Guardian

    Nico Rosberg snatched pole position from his championship rival Lewis Hamilton for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix with his final throw of the dice in a dramatic qualifying session. Hamilton, who is just one point adrift of Rosberg in the title race, appeared on course to secure pole, but, courtesy of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, had to abort his final timed run after Fernando Alonso spun ahead of him in his McLaren.

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  8. Formula One: Rosberg trumps Hamilton in Hungary chaos Budapest (AFP)...Read the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Yahoo!

    Nico Rosberg rode his luck to grab pole position for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in a prolonged qualifying session punctuated by rainstorms and red flags. The championship-leading German produced a fastest lap of one minute and 19.965 seconds at the end of a session stretched to nearly two hours by heavy rain and crashes in the hazardous conditions on the twisting Hungaroring circuit on Saturday.

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  9. Listen to Max, he's on to somethingRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Formula 1 Blog

    If you are an F1 junkie like myself, then you have been watching winter testing through a microscope and you have likely concluded that Mercedes was going to be in a real fight with Ferrari for this year's championship. And in the opening round of the current F1 season in Australia you would have seen Ferrari doing just that, taking the fight to the silver arrows.

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  10. Rosberg takes pole for Hungarian GPRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Formula 1 Blog

    After two rain delays, qualifying did kick off in a soggy mess. The new asphalt may have smoothed the Hungaroring out and made for a better dry-weather experience but it wasn't the quickest at draining the water as there was standing pools and tricky conditions the drivers had to negotiate as Q1 started.

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  11. F1: Rosberg takes controversial pole in chaotic sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    55 min ago | PitPass.com

    Ahead of today's all-important qualifying session, the air temperature is 23 degrees C, whilst the track temperature is 29 degrees. Whilst it was bright, sunny and Scorchio, around forty minutes ago it began to rain, and rain hard.

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  12. Hungarian F1 Grand Prix 2016 Qualifying: Saturday's Results, Times, Final GridRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | BleacherReport

    Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the 2016 Hungarian Grand Prix after a rain-soaked qualifying session on the Hungaroring circuit in Budapest on Saturday. Rosberg took pole in slightly controversial fashion, after a late spin from McLaren's Fernando Alonso caused Hamilton to slow in the face of a yellow flag.

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  13. Rosberg's pole lapRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sky Sports

    Nico Rosberg secures pole position in Hungary after Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton had to abort his last lap due to yellow flags Watch as Sky F1's Paul di Resta analyses Nico Rosberg's controversial pole position lap for the Hungarian GP. But Rosberg, behind Hamilton on the road as Q3 reached a dramatic conclusion, was able to complete his lap and take pole in the process - with the footage of his Mercedes passing the double-yellow flags for Alonso's mistake immediately placed under close scrutiny.

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  14. Nico edges out Lewis for poleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sky Sports

    Nico Rosberg snatched pole position off Lewis Hamilton at the very end of an enthralling wet-dry Hungarian GP qualifying. On a drying track after a torrential downpour that saw Q1 end an hour after its scheduled finish, Hamilton looked to have mastered the ever-changing conditions and had provisional pole - but was forced to slow down on his even quicker final flying lap after Fernando Alonso's Turn Nine spin brought out yellow flags.

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  15. Horner wants stewards to check that Rosberg liftedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Motorsport.com

    Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner says he wants stewards to check that Nico Rosberg lifted for double-waved yellow flags on his pole position lap. Both Rosberg and Mercedes claimed he took a "big lift" despite setting a fastest middle sector, which included the yellow flags.

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  16. Rosberg expects to keep pole after "very big lift" under yellowsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Motorsport.com

    Hungarian Grand Prix polesitter Nico Rosberg says he is "sure" he will keep his pole position despite suggestions that he had gone too fast under yellow flags. The yellow flags, coming out for Fernando Alonso's spin after the chequered flag in Q3, had played into Rosberg's hands by forcing Lewis Rosberg, however, did no have to scrap his effort, and while the German was off Hamilton's pace in S1, he did enough over the rest of the lap to claim pole by 0.143s.

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  17. "Sleeping" Button cost me top-three starting spot, claims VettelRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Motorsport.com

    Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel has blamed McLaren's Jenson Button for baulking him on his final lap of qualifying, which he believes cost him a potential second-row starting spot. ahead of him, had Button not got in his way after the double-waved yellow flags for Fernando Alonso's spin.

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  18. Rosberg snatches pole at Hungarian GPRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Yahoo!

    Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg has snatched pole position from Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton in the final seconds of a marathon Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying session. Triple world champion Hamilton, who will start second on the grid in Sunday's race, was forced to slow on his final fast lap after McLaren's Fernando Alonso spun ahead of him and brought out the yellow warning flags.

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  19. Crashes galore in QualyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sky Sports

    The first part of a rain-affected Hungarian GP qualifying claimed three drivers, with Marcus Ericsson, Felipe Massa and Rio Haryanto all spinning into the wall. Q1 was delayed by 20 minutes after a torrential downpour at the Hungaroring and drivers had been easing into the session for less than five minutes before Ericsson's crash at Turn 10 in his Sauber.

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  20. Nurburgring WEC: Audi locks out front row ahead of PorscheRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Motorsport.com

    The #7 Audi of Andre Lotterer and Marcel Fassler will start the WEC 6 Hours of Nurburgring from pole position, as the team beat sister marque Porsche to sweep the front row after a strategic battle in mixed conditions. Lotterer and Fassler, who are competing without usual co-pilot Benoit Treluyer this weekend, set an average time of 1m39.444s to take their second pole position of the season.

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